Aloha construction has been in the business of home restoration for a number of years. During this period, they have witnessed some of the mistakes homeowners make when it comes to their homes, and it’s not only new homeowners but even those who have owned homes for longer. In their expert opinion, they have narrowed down these mistakes into four categories that they believe if avoided can help others enjoy the full experience of owning a home.
Trying to save on repairs
Most homeowners will either ignore minor repairs or opt to do it themselves. In most cases the process is meant to save money, but in most cases, ends up being more expensive compared to when it’s done by an expert. Aloha construction believes that even though it may seem cheap to ignore a repair or DIY, in the long run, it ends up being expensive as these minor repairs tend to grow over time. They give an example of a leaking pipe that eventually leads to mold.
Aloha construction began as a roofing company, and as such, they understand what it takes to keep water out of the house. People usually disregard the role gutters play in the well being of a house. They are responsible for keeping water from damaging homes and inspection of the same should regularly be conducted. Gutters if ignored during the summer can have a profound effect when the stormy weather hit.
Failing to conduct property inspections.
Over the years Aloha construction has offered free property inspections. They believe that every house deserves an annual inspection, which ensures that any damage brought to the house is detected early and repairs done on time. A property inspection also enables owners to value their houses and get tips on how they increase the value of the same. Insurance companies are also quite precise about when they make payments for damages, and this ensures that claims are made early enough to avoid incurring costs of repairs.
Making the wrong upgrades.
Upgrades can add value to the home, but at the same time can clutter the home so much that it stops feeling like the home it used to be.
As a BBB award winner, Aloha construction believes that they have the interest of homeowners at heart when making these recommendations.